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yen

the standard monetary unit of Japan, (notionally) divided into 100 sen
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The revised projection also includes an operating loss of 45 billion yen, a turnaround from a profit of 1 billion yen in the October forecast, on sales of 660 billion yen, down from 790 billion yen.
For the January-June period of last year, Bridgestone logged a group net loss of 38.34 billion yen and a group operating loss of 19.97 billion yen on sales of 1.21 trillion yen.
After peaking in 1991 at 39 trillion yen in returns from 600 trillion yen in interest-bearing financial assets (mostly bank deposits), households' interest income has nose-dived to less than 5 trillion yen from 860 trillion yen in interest-bearing assets.
Also, the segment for transparent carbonated beverages will expand from 61.3 billion yen (US$533.0 mil) in 2005 to 71.2 billion yen (US$619.1 mil) in 2006.
Shigeki: With our current plans, we expect to turn a profit and to be at 4 billion yen in sales in the second year of business.
It expects to log a consolidated operating profit of 12.5 billion yen, up from the earlier projection of 6 billion yen, on consolidated sales of 536 billion yen, up from the earlier projected 510 billion yen.
On a parent-only basis, the company expects a net profit of 85 billion yen, up from 57 billion yen, and a pretax profit of 160 billion yen, up from 107 billion yen, on sales of 351 billion yen, down from 370 billion yen.
Among others, volume leader Sakura Bank gained 21 yen to 811 yen, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi 20 yen to 1,540 yen, and Sanwa Bank 7 yen to 1,466 yen.
WEAKENING OF THE YEN IN RESPONSE TO A DETERIORATING ECONOMIC OUTLOOK IN ASIA
If the dollar strengthens and the contract price is fixed in yen, the U.S.
corporations, it may be time for them to rethink hedging strategies and to pose a question worth tens of billions of dollars: "Is the yen bubble, too, about to burst?"
The company expects a parent-only operating loss of 49 billion yen in the current year through March instead of the 36 billion yen profit it predicted earlier.